Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : ZMSCRIP.ZIP
Filename : STD.MK

 
Output of file : STD.MK contained in archive : ZMSCRIP.ZIP
: Execute this file with a "source std.mk" command
echo "VT52/VT100 Mapping Standard PC/PC-AT Keyboard"
display vt100 mapkb
pN1 : Always in NumLock
pK0 : No extended kbd used
mk :Clear old mapping
:Mapping :PC VT100
mk 65 16 0 A :F7 Up
mk 66 16 0 B :F8 Down
mk 67 16 0 D :F9 Left
mk 68 16 0 C :F10 Right
mk 59 16 1 P :F1 PF1
mk 60 16 1 Q :F2 PF2
mk 61 16 1 R :F3 PF3
mk 62 16 1 S :F4 PF4
mk 74 32 2 m :Pad - Pad -
mk 55 32 2 l :Pad * Pad ,
mk 55 00 4 , :Pad * Pad ,
mk 83 32 2 n :Del . period
mk 78 32 2 M :Pad + Enter
mk 78 00 4 \r :Pad + Enter
mk 82 32 2 p :Ins 0 0
mk 79 32 2 q :Pad 1 Pad 1
mk 80 32 2 r :Pad 2 Pad 2
mk 81 32 2 s :Pad 3 Pad 3
mk 75 32 2 t :Pad 4 Pad 4
mk 76 32 2 u :Pad 5 Pad 5
mk 77 32 2 v :Pad 6 Pad 6
mk 71 32 2 w :Pad 7 Pad 7
mk 72 32 2 x :Pad 8 Pad 8
mk 73 32 2 y :Pad 9 Pad 9
: set f5
: @ife dA echo "Alternate Keypad" ret; echo "Numeric Keypad"


  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : ZMSCRIP.ZIP
Filename : STD.MK

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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